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TOPIC: Sylenth

Sylenth 3 years 3 weeks ago #22360

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Can anyone direct me to some Sylenth tutorials that explain what I"m doing as I do it like Tom Cosm does. All I can find is videos telling you what to set to get specific sounds, I"d like to make the why/what the settings are doing so I can come up with my own sounds.
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Sylenth 3 years 3 weeks ago #22362

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I'm not sure if you've seen these but Sadowick has a bunch of tutorials on sylenth including a beginners guide which explains the different sections. Beyond just learning what pieces of the synth have what function you really need to be asking the question of how you do sound design with subtractive synthesis as a fair amount of the subtractive synth vsts operate in similar ways there's just s different interface to get used to with maybe some routing differences. So basically once you know the concepts of synthesis itself then the only real question is what features your particular synth offers. Once you know that then the same concepts apply across the board (for the most part and again I'm stating this in a subtractive synthesis context.....of course there are different types of synthesis and the rules are different for each but the point is....learn the fundamentals and then it won't matter which one you "learn"). I posted part one of the synlenth beginner vids below.

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